What does TBC mean to you as an Indigenous-led birthing space? Welcome to this project! Confidentiality: By entering your information and comments into this form, you are giving TBC permission to post them on our website and to quote them in future TBC publications. Please do not share anything about yourself that you do not want us to share in these ways. 1. My role / relationship to TBC is (Check all that apply) Required: Person who is planning to or has laboured / given birth at TBCSupport person or family member of a person who is planning to or has laboured / given birth at TBCNon-labouring parent/guardian of baby born at TBCCommunity memberParticipant in TBC programming (events, workshops, webinars, circles, etc.)Student (Midwifery, Nursing, Social Work, Medicine, Nutrition)Staff member (employee of TBC)Midwife (with current or past appointment to TBC’s Midwifery Staff)Visitor (on-site or virtual) 2. Are you Indigenous to Turtle Island (First Nations, Métis and/or Inuk person, regardless of current place of residence or registration with a First Nation / band)? YesNo, I am not IndigenousNo, but I am Indigenous to a territory beyond Turtle Island / North America 3. What does it mean to you to be involved with TBC as an Indigenous-led birthing space? Required Miigwetch! Marsi! Nia:wen! Thank you! If you have other feedback for us, please visit our Complaints and Compliments page for information on multiple ways to share it with us.